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Separately, the game streaming service will be able to offer a “catalog app” where customers are able to subscribe to the service itself.

You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel by clicking here.

They appear on the voting information page, but they wouldn’t show up in a user’s news feed unless they had previously subscribed to updates from the election administrators’ Facebook page.

Only Disney will really know how well its experiment in paid “premium access” to a movie, available only to people who already subscribe to its streaming service, will be.

From Vox

Since then, it’s succeeded in multiplying the lenders and servicers who subscribe by connecting them electronically to the MERS network.

From Fortune

Many, many people who subscribe and listen to The Opie and Anthony channel subscribe JUST to listen to Opie and Anthony.

"I don't generally subscribe to conspiracy theories," the Wild Bunch producer told France's Journal du Dimanche.

Plus, people who become comedians tend not to subscribe to the traditional ideas of career, work or even bathing habits.

Amazon Subscribe & Save lets you “subscribe” to most of the non-perishable items that Amazon has in stock.

So you can subscribe to it and get some of those things that I picked that everybody in the world really does need.

Doubtless they do subscribe in some cases; the practical difficulties will be shown in another connection.

Sometimes fictitious subscriptions are made to induce others to subscribe for stock.

But we can hire the old hall, and all the men will be glad to subscribe—a few of us can make up the deficit.

Taken prisoner by the Americans in December, 1899, he was imprisoned on his refusal to subscribe to the oath of allegiance.

One thing we do know, that he left the Colonization Society, because he could not conscientiously subscribe to its measures.


On this page you'll find 120 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subscribe, such as: ante up, sign up, advocate, buy, consent, and donate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.